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ok can someone help me out?

by 123BTBAM456 / October 20, 2006 2:32 PM PDT

ok i need some help well i got limewire... but everytime i try to bring it up and click on it it doesn t come up

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Limewire = no hope
by billzhills / October 20, 2006 11:27 PM PDT

Do a forum Search for P2P network and limewire, well mentioned topic.

Bill

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TYPICAL
by Scrotes4Life / October 21, 2006 11:48 AM PDT

It happens all of the time with Limewire. My nephew reloads his weekly. Keep the setup in My Documents. LIMEWIRE is one of the unexplainables.................

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Limewire is bad
by Dogmancar / October 22, 2006 3:49 PM PDT

Honestly your best bet is to remove it from your system. It is a P2P client (peer to peer) meaning anything you download from it comes from another users computer and they can attach anything they like to those files including viruses and spyware. You could have a desktop hijacker or possibly just a OS that is corrupting. More than likely you have spyware though.

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Use Ares
by alex-brown-21395231815725698235757256184301 / October 24, 2006 8:48 AM PDT

Use Ares less buggy and runs better on old computers

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Limewire
by crazeebob2000 / October 24, 2006 12:57 PM PDT
In reply to: Use Ares

I agree, get rid of Limewire, My nephew has it on his pc and it has messed up the system restore feature on his Windows XP Home ed.

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It might be your firewall
by jtx472 / October 24, 2006 8:35 PM PDT

I use limewire all the time...no problem. At first I had the same problem as you're describing and I finally tracked it down to my ISP firewall. Once I turned that firewall off limewire loaded perfectly. But I still had my Linskys firewall, my Norton firewall, and a few Anti-Virus programs running in the background. I also ran Shields Up after I turned off the ISP firewall just to be on the safe side.

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